Managing information against the requirements of the Public Records (Scotland) Bill, can SharePoint cut it?

March 12th, 2014   

Many organisations  deploy and use SharePoint for its advanced feature set, extensibility, scalability,  familiarity and ease of use.  Despite these benefits, some Public Sector organisations in Scotland may perceive that SharePoint cannot cut it as an Enterprise Information Governance Platform to meet the requirements set in the Public Records (Scotland) Bill.

This results in the deployment of separate or alternative EDRMS platforms, preventing the ability to have a single corporate platform for information and collaboration.

Jointly with Microsoft Scotland,  Automated Intelligence (AI) are hosting an Information Governance Workshop, exploring whether SharePoint can cut it for the needs of Public Sector organisations in Scotland. This will be held on Thursday 24th April 2014 (10am – 1.30pm) at the Microsoft Offices in Edinburgh.

Attendees will have the opportunity to challenge and explore how organisations can adopt SharePoint as a single corporate repository to meet the requirements set in the Public Records (Scotland) Bill.

This interactive workshop will be an opportunity for Public Sector Executives to network with their peers and explore how Public Sector organisations in Scotland can benefit from a cost-effective information Governance and Records Management solution.

 

Register to attend Information Governance Workshop in Scotland